RylanLego wrote:Thanks you guys. Do you have any links to these programs?
I know two by name, there are probably more.
Paint Tool SAI is rather artist friendly and lightweight. It's meant for drawing and paiting.
Clip Studio Paint, also known as Manga Studio, is another one. It was recently on sale so I bought myself a copy, but I haven't had the time to test it out yet.
Retarded Username mentioned Adobe Illustrator, but I don't think that's a good choice. It's a graphic design program, not a drawing program. It may be possible to draw in it, but it's not as fun or as simple as in other programs meant for that.
The same is true for Adobe Photoshop. It's used a lot, and you can do everything you would want to in it, but it might not be as easy or fast or simple as in actual drawing programs. Photoshop is designed as a photo manipulation program first and foremost, so drawing and painting features are not its strongest point.
If you want specifically free programs, I found a relatively recent article that listed several free drawing programs. I've heard good things about Krita, but never tried it myself. SumoPaint is a free and works through the browser, but doesn't have good pen tablet support (I asked one of the developers a few years back, and it was a limitation of the technology they used IIRC). The other programs I'm not familiar with.http://www.techsupportalert.com/best-fr ... rogram.htm